Diego Gaúc is undoubtedly one of the most respected reporters on national television. The reporter of the program Séptimo Día earned the respect of the audience thanks to his professionalism and charisma.
But life changed for the communicator after a family trip to Argentina, because after a medical examination, which he resorted to because he was in poor health, the diagnosis was not the most encouraging, he was suffering from a strange cancer: sarcoma of the stomach.
Immediately questions and inquiries began, but from that moment he began to make himself aware that the disease would not finish him and that by the hand of God, he would come out of this painful moment.
In short, this Monday, May 29, the journalist told his followers through social networks that he would have a new intervention to treat the cancer he suffers from.
“It’s going to be a long surgery, of course the next time they see me I’ll be in a different face because from here I’m likely to go into intensive care… you already know the sarcoma has shrunk and , Since it has subsided, then expert doctors take advantage of that “Papiazzo” to take it out. We are going with great enthusiasm, with great confidence,” to face another battle against this disease Guoque said before doing so.
The extremely optimistic journalist that he has always shown himself to be, he placed his faith in God and called upon his followers to pray on his behalf.
The journalist said, “May the hands of God be in the hands of the surgeons.” The publication had nearly 30,000 “likes” and over 100,000 reprints. Furthermore, it was filled with messages of strength and faith.
For her part, Alejandra Rodríguez, Guauc’s wife and also a journalist, gave details of the intervention.
“Twitter I need your magic: The love of my life goes into surgery tomorrow to permanently remove her tumor. We need your prayers so that this intervention goes perfectly, other organs are not affected and we can get back to our May you overcome this chapter of life. I ask you from the bottom of my heart”, Rodriguez trilled.